Heroine: One Female Soldier's Story
"Heroine: One Female Soldier's Story" is a one-woman show written and performed by Mary Jane Wells, based on the true story of a lesbian soldier in the U.S. Army: an outsider who wouldn't quit. She loved its challenges and thrived within that rigorous world. At the time she enlisted, before “Don't Ask, Don't Tell” was repealed, she was the only woman in her entire company and went on to lead a squad into combat. A survivor of military sexual trauma, she served on the battlefield alongside her assailant. "Heroine" is an incredible human story about one soldier's experiences, and what healing and forgiveness really mean.
This production is a part of the WORLD STAGES series.
The WORLD STAGES series offers D.C. audiences the unique chance to experience the world’s best productions—all under one roof! While highlighting visionary artists at the forefront of international discourse, each performance dives into topical themes such as forgiveness, survival, and community, revealing a vision of the world like you may never have seen.
1hr 10min (No Intermission)
Recommended for ages 18 and up.